The Hotel Fees That Barely Even Make Sense


The pull by hotels to engulf travelers with fees is expanding: The fees we used to usually find during resorts are relocating downtown.

Many big-city hotels are adding imperative trickery fees or urban-destination fees to hotel bills, stealing a add-ons, that infrequently strech $50 a night, from advertised room rates. The Boston Park Plaza adds a compulsory $22 price per room per night. The St. Regis in New York, mostly some-more than $800 a night, now adds a $50 imperative end fee.


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